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KOTR Memories - 2007

While I'm out on the road with Chocolate on this year's King of the Road, please enjoy this mishmash of photos from the last time I went on KOTR - 2007 with the mighty Foundation team. We lost but we may have won in laughs.

Posted: September 11, 2013


Nuge, always a rock of positivity.



Last trip out with Angel. Oh Angel.



'Street art' challenge in NYC. Gorgeous.



Sheckler pose-down challenge. She was feeling it.



Caveman crooks. Sierra was our money man.



The transition tricks are always so easy for the dudes. Thus, slob fastplant no problem for Abdias. 



Went to Skatopia as one of our stops.



Straight to it.





Think it was a tuesday.



Somebody ran over the dog.



Angel coulda lived there.



Prepping a firearm.



The last person who should handle a gun.



Brewce.



Titty bar under the ramp.



Wait. Can we show this?



This. Oh yeah, this is fine.



A good, disturbing time was had by all. Thanks again, Brewce!



Haney was our mystery guest.



Didn't have to ask him twice, that's for sure. Dyet Trying.

David rang his bell in Minneapolis. He was fine, sort of.



Group photo at Cream City with killer mural.



The Late Larrys we had to photoshop in 'cause they were outside.





David goes for hair don't with a yarmulka. Didn't win.



Ronnie got DFL. Killer shading!



Skate crew who helped us somewhere in Wisconsin I think. You guys still skate?



Our filmer Jeff Morris, now a famous photographer.





Barrel jump finale. It was incredible.









Duncombe totally ripped, but this cover was a dog.



The mock-up I did at home, cut-and-paste style. 'You know, like a 70s album cover!' I kept saying. Even Sally talked shit on it. Can't win them all, I guess. Thanks for the good times, former F-Troopers! It was an honor.

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